From the author of ECPA and CBA top sellers, Thus Saith the Lord?, Breaking Intimidation, The Fear of the Lord and The Bait of Satan with over 1 MILLION copies sold worldwideThe Bait of Satan exposes one of the most deceptive snares Satan uses to get believers out of the will of God—offense. Most people who are ensnared by the bait of Satan don’t even realize it. John Bevere shows you how to stay free from offense and escape the victim mentality. With nearly one million copies in print, this book includes testimonials of transformed people whose lives have been changed by the message in this book. You will find answers to tough questions like these:
- Why am I compelled to tell "my side" of the story?
- How can I fight thoughts of suspicion or distrust?
- What can I do to stop rehearsing past hurts?
- How can I regain trust after someone deeply offends me?
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|Edition description:||Revised Book with DVD|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
JOHN BEVERE IS the author of ECPA and CBA top sellers, Thus Saith the Lord?, Breaking Intimidation, The Fear of the Lord and The Bait of Satan. John Bevere is a best-selling author and popular conference speaker. He and his wife, Lisa, also a best-selling author, founded Messenger International in 1990. The ministry has grown into a multifaceted international outreach, including their weekly television program The Messenger, which broadcasts in 214 nations. Bevere has authored numerous books.
Table of Contents
1 Me, Offended? 5
2 Massive Offense 13
3 How Could This Happen to Me? 23
4 My Father, My Father 33
5 How Spiritual Vagabonds Are Born 45
6 Hiding From Reality 57
7 The Sure Foundation 67
8 All That Can Be Shaken Will Be Shaken 79
9 The Rock of Offense 93
10 Lest We Offend Them 107
11 Forgiveness: You Don't Give-You Don't Get 117
12 Revenge: The Trap 129
13 Escaping the Trap 139
14 Objective: Reconciliation 149
Epilogue: Taking Action 159
The Bait of Satan Devotional Supplement 163
Market Demographics: Male & Female (25 – 55)